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OSAA Speech Handook General Deate Rules General Deate Rules Application These rules apply to all deate forms Oregon Style CrossExamination Deate Pulic Forum Deate Parliamentary Deate and LincolnDou Download


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1 Oregon School Activities Association Ϯ
Oregon School Activities Association ϮϱϮϬϬ SW Parkway Avenue, Suite ϭ ϱϬϯ.ϲϴϮ.ϲϳϮϮ fax: ϱϬϯ.ϲϴϮ.Ϭ9ϲϬ http://www.osaa.org C:\Users\peterw.OSAA\Desktop\ϮϬϭϲ‐ϭϳ\General Deďate Rules.doc Updated: 9/ϲ/ϮϬϭϲ OSAA Speech Handďook ‐ General Deďate Rules ϭϮ.General Deďate Rules Application. These rules apply to all deďate forms: Oregon Style Cross‐Examination Deďate, Puďlic Forum Deďate, Parliamentary Deďate and Lincoln‐Douglas Deďate. . Deďaters may enter only one form of deďate. Scheduling. Oregon Style Cross‐Examinatio C:\Users\peterw.OSAA\Desktop\ϮϬϭϲ‐ϭϳ\CX Deďate Rules.doc Updated: 9/ϲ/ϮϬϭϲ ϭϯ.ϭ.Oregon Style Cross‐Examination Deďate ϭϯ.ϭ.ϭ.Team size Teams may compete as two, three or four‐person teams. On a two‐person team, ďoth speakers must ďe prepared to deďate ďoth sides of the resolution; on a three‐person team, one speaker shall deďate ďoth affirmative and negative, one shall deďate only affirmative, and one shall deďate only negative; and on a four‐person team, two speakers may deďate on affirmative and two on negative, or they may interchange at their discretion so long as only two speakers participate in any one deďate. The third and / or fourth memďers of the team shall sit apart from the participants and shall not communicate in any way with the speakers during the round. Under the two, three or four‐person arrangement, each ROUND shall involve only one deďate, either affirmative or negative, for each team. ϭϯ.ϭ.Ϯ.Length and order of speeches Eight Minutes First Affirmative Constructive Three Minutes Cross‐Examination* ďy a Negative Speaker Eight Minutes First Negative Constructive Three Minutes Cross‐Examination* ďy an Affirmative Speaker Eight Minutes Second Affirmative Constructive Three Minutes Cross‐Examination* ďy the other Negative Speaker Eight Minutes Second Negative Constructive Three Minutes Cross‐Examination* ďy the other Affirmative SpeakFive Minutes First Negative Reďuttal Five Minutes First Affirmative Reďuttal Five Minutes Second Negative Reďuttal Five Minutes Second Affirmative Reďuttal *NOTE: ͞Tag team͟ cross‐examination is not allowed. Cross‐examination time may not ďe yielded to another team memďer. Each memďer of each team is responsiďle for asking all of the Ƌuestions of one opponent and answering all of the Ƌuestions of one opponent. ϭϯ.ϭ.ϯ.Speakers may change speaking order in reďuttals at the option of the coach and the team. Opening constructive speakers may speak last in reďuttal. No new arguments shall ďe allowed in reďuttal

2 speeches. ϭϯ.ϭ.ϰ.Preparation time.
speeches. ϭϯ.ϭ.ϰ.Preparation time. Each team shall have a maximum of five minutes preparation time to ďe used at the discretion of the team. ϭϯ.ϭ.ϱ.Topic. See OSAA weďsite, www.osaa.org , Speech homepage. ϭϯ.ϭ.ϲ.Electronic Devices/Computers. Electronic devices may ďe used following these guidelines: If the computer reƋuires a card to ďe inserted in order to access a wireless connection, that card must ďe removed from the computer during the entirety of the round. If the computer has ďuilt‐in wireless capaďility, the wireless component must ďe deactivated during the entirety of the round. If a judge oďserves a competitor during the round using a computer that has the wireless card inserted or the ďuilt‐in component left active, the team which has possession of the computer shall automatically forfeit that round, and shall receive the lowest ranks and zero speaker points for the round in Ƌuestion. the round must still ďe availaďle for either the opposing team or the judge to view upon reƋuest. ϭϯ.ϭ.ϳ.Other Rules. See General Deďate Rules. C:\Users\peterw.OSAA\Desktop\ϮϬϭϲ‐ϭϳ\LDV Deďate Rules.doc Updated: 9/ϲ/ϮϬϭϲ ϭϯ.ϰ.Value Lincoln‐Douglas Deďate ϭϯ.ϰ.ϭ.. In this deďate form, there is only one speaker to a team. A speaker in this contest must ďe prepared to deďate ďoth sides of the resolution. ϭϯ.ϰ.Ϯ.Other events. A Value Lincoln‐Douglas Deďater may participate in up to two other Individual Events, ďut may not enter another Deďate event. ϭϯ.ϰ.ϯ.Length and order of speeches. Six Minutes Affirmative Constructive Speech Three Minutes Negative Questions Affirmative Seven Minutes Negative Constructive Speech Three Minutes Affirmative Questions Negative Four Minutes Affirmative Reďuttal Six Minutes Negative Reďuttal Three Minutes Affirmative Reďuttal ϭϯ.ϰ.ϰ.Preparation Time. Each Deďater shall ďe allowed a maximum of four minutes preparation time to ďe used at his / her discretion. ϭϯ.ϰ.ϱ.Numďer of District Entries. Each school may enter a maximum of three Value Lincoln‐Douglas teams in the District Tournament. In the aďsence of competing schools other than one, it shall ďe necessary to declare a Speech State Championships Qualifier ďy default. Each Value Lincoln‐Douglas entry counts toward the maximum allowaďle Ƌuantity of individual event entries per school at the District Tournament. ϭϯ.ϰ.ϲ.Value Deďate Topics Septemďer ϭ ‐ Octoďer ϯϭ The Septemďer / Octoďer NFL topic ;puďlished in the Septemďer ROSTRUMͿ shall ďe used. Novemďer ϭ ‐ Decemďer ϯϭ The Novemďer / Decemďer NFL topiTRUMͿ shal

3 l ďe used. January ϭ ‐ Feďruary Ϯ
l ďe used. January ϭ ‐ Feďruary Ϯϴ ;Ϯ9Ϳ The January / Feďruary NFL topicTRUMͿ shall ďe used. March ϭ ‐ April ϯϬ The March / April NFL topic ;puďlished in the Feďruary ROSTRUMͿ ϭϯ.ϰ.ϳ.Other Rules. See General Deďate Rules. C:\Users\peterw.OSAA\Desktop\ϮϬϭϲ‐ϭϳ\Parliamentary Deďate Rules.doc Updated: 9/ϲ/ϮϬϭϲ ϭϯ.ϯ.Parliamentary Deďate ϭϯ.ϯ.ϭ.Team Size. In this deďate form, there are two speakers to a team. The affirmative team is called the Proposition. The d the Opposition. ϭϯ.ϯ.Ϯ.Length and Order of Speeches ϳ minutes ϭst Propoϴ minutes ϭst Opposition constructive ϴ minutes Ϯnd Proposition constructive ϴ minutes Ϯnd Opposition constructive ϰ minutes Opposition reďuttal ;given ďy ϭst Opposition speakerϱ minutes Proposition reďuttal ;given ďy ϭst Proposition speakϭϯ.ϯ.ϯ.Resolutions There shall ďe three reOne resolution shall ďe a policy resolution, one resolution shall ďe a value resolution and the third resolution may ďe either a value or a policy resolution. ϭϯ.ϯ.ϰ.ion Room Procedures Topics shall ďe drawn and preparation shall occur in the ParliaDeďate Preparation Room. After examining the three‐postedWhen a team’s code numďer is called, the team may send up one representative topic proctor. Opposition. The remaining topic shall ďe deďated. on to deliver to the judge;sͿ in the competition room. Teams are to prepare in the Prep Room on the selected topic. Work only with your partner. Keep your voices low so you do not help your opponents. The proctor shall dismiss ďoth teams in a match to go to the competition room at the end of the ϭϱ‐minute preparation period. ϭϯ.ϯ.ϱ.Materials allowed in the Parliamentary Deďate Preparation Room and in the round Dictionary. Allowed in Preparation Room ONLY. No other items are to ďe used in the round or during preparation. Other people may not ďe used as a resource. ϭϯ.ϯ.ϲ.Questions and Answers In this deďate form, there is nod for the speakers. Instead, the speakers have the ohe opponents’ constructive speeches. When a Ƌuestion is desired, the Ƌuestioner will stand and raise a hand to ďe acknowledged ďy the opponent who has two options: Say "No Thank You" and continue. Say "Proceed" and answer the Ƌuestion. Rememďer that the stopwatch will not stop for a Ƌuestion. Speakers must present their constructive speeches and answer Ƌuestions in the allowed time. Questions cannot ďe asked during the first and last minute of the opponents’ constructive speeches. There shall ďe no Ƌuestions during the reďuttals. ϭϯ.ϯ.ϳ.The Judge in a ParliamentaryDe

4 ďate is responsiďle for announcing eac
ďate is responsiďle for announcing each speaker and the amount of time for each d for an eight minute speech," etc. The Judge is also responsiďle for letting the speakers know when to ask Ƌuestions during the constructive ďy "rapping on the desk" when the speaker is one minute into the constructive and "rapping" again when one minute is left to The Judge shall disregard any arguments made over the time limits. The Judge shall disregard new arguments in reďuttals with the exception of the Proposition’s response to new arguments made in the Ϯnd Opposition constructive. New examples, analysis, analogies, etc., which support previously introduced arguments are permitted in reďuttal The Judge shall penalize misrepresentations of opponent’s arguments, personal attacks on opponents and rudeness ďy reducing speaker points and factoring such infractions into theϭϯ.ϯ.ϴ.. No heckling is allowed other than supportive knocking, patting, or applause. ϭϯ.ϯ.9.Points of Order and Points of Personal Privilege are not allowed. ϭϯ.ϯ.ϭϬ.Other Rules. See General Deďate Rules. C:\Users\peterw.OSAA\Desktop\ϮϬϭϲ‐ϭϳ\Puďlic Forum Deďate Rules.doc Updated: 9/ϲ/ϮϬϭϲ ϭϯ.Ϯ.Puďlic Forum Deďate ;from ͞NFL District Tournament Manual͟Ϳϭϯ.Ϯ.ϭ.Team Size. In this deďate form, there are two speakers to a team. ϭϯ.Ϯ.Ϯ.Topic. The NFL April Puďlic Forum Topic will ďe used at the State Speech Tournament. The topic is released on March n the NFL weďsite:ϭϯ.Ϯ.ϯ.Sides/Burdens. A team represents either the ͞pro͟ or the ͞con͟ side of the resolution. Puďlic Forum Deďate focuses on advocacy of a position derivethe resolution, not a prescriďed set of ďurdens. ϭϯ.Ϯ.ϰ.Side Draw Procedure. Prior to every round and in the presence of the judge;sͿ, a coin is tossed ďy one team and called ďy the other team. The team that wins the flip may choose one of two options: EITHER the SIDE of the topic they wish to defend ;pro or conͿ OR the SPEAKING POSITION they wish to have ;ďegin the deďate or end the deďateͿ. The remaining option ;SIDE OR SPEAKING POSITIONͿ is the choice of the team that loses the flip. Once speaking positions and sides have ďeen determined, the deďate may ďegin. ϭϯ.Ϯ.ϱ.Speaking Procedure. Each speaker shall have four minutes for constructive argument, alternating ďetween pro and con. ;Please keep in mind that the deďate may ďegin with a con speech.Ϳ Following the first two constructive speeches, the two deďaters who have just given speeches will stand and participate in a three‐minute "crossfire". In "crossfire," ďoth deďaters "hold the floor," how

5 ever, the first Ƌuestion must ďe asked
ever, the first Ƌuestion must ďe asked ďy the speaker who spoke first. After that Ƌuestion, either deďater may Ƌuestion and/or answer at will. At the end of the first "crossfire", the four‐minute constructive arguments are continued ďy the students yet to speak. At the conclusion of the last two constructive arguments, another three‐minute "crossfire" takes place ďetween the two deďaters who just spoke using the crossfire procedure discussed aďove. Following the four constructive speeches and two "crossfire" segments, the ϭst speakers for each team will each give a two‐minute summary continuing estaďlished alternation. The summary speeches should include the arguments his or her team is winning and refutation of arguments the team is losing. At the conclusion of the summary speeches, all four deďaters will remain seated and participate in a three‐minute "Grand Crossfire" in which all four deďaters are allowed to cross‐examine one another. The first Ƌuestion must ďe asked ďy the speaker who gave the first summary speech. At the conclusion of the "Grand Crossfire", the second speakers will each give a two‐minute "Final Focus" speech. The "Final Focus" is a persuasive final restatement of why a team has won the deďate ϭϯ.Ϯ.ϲ.Time Limits. ϰ minutes First Speaker ‐ Team A ϰ minutes First Speaker ‐ Team B ϯ minutes Crossfire ϰ minutes Second Speaker ‐ Team A ϰ minutes Second Speaker ‐ Team B ϯ minutes Crossfire Ϯ minutes Summary ‐ First Speaker ‐ Team A Ϯ minutes Summary ‐ First Speaker ‐ Team B ϯ minutes Grand Crossfire Ϯ minute Final Focus ‐ Second Speaker ‐ Team A Ϯ minute Final Focus ‐ Second Speaker ‐ Team B Prep Time ;per teamͿ = Ϯ Minutes ϭϯ.Ϯ.ϳ.Plans/Counterplans. In Puďlic Forum Deďate, a formalized, comprehensive proposal for implementation is considered a plan or counterplan.Neither the pro nor the con side is permitted to offer a plan or counterplan; rather, they should offer reasoning to support a position of advocacy. Deďaters may offer generalized, practical solutions. ϭϯ.Ϯ.ϴ.Prompting. Oral prompting, except time signals, either ďy the speaker’s colleague or ďy any other person while the deďater has the floor, is discouraged though not prohiďited and may ďe penalized ďy some judges. Deďaters may, however, refer to their notes and materials and may consult with their teammates while they do not have the floor and ϭϯ.Ϯ.9.Reading Case.A team may decide, when asked ďy the opponent team for a copy of their case, whether or not to they shall not ďe penalized in any way. ϭϯ.Ϯ.ϭϬ.Other Rules. See General Deďate Ru

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